Free webinar: The 5 stages of Community Engagement every wastewater operation understand to grow...

Environmental and Operational Managers at wastewater treatment plants can receive several hundred odour complaints a year. Growing populations have gradually moved closer to wastewater operations. Public perception of wastewater plants is dynamic and subject to...

ELIQUO Hydrok strengthens Executive team in preparation for further growth

Leading water engineering solutions company, ELIQUO Hydrok, welcome Peter Wroe as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) as of October 2020; with his remit to further develop the future growth strategy of the company and build...

Trial units facilitate correct evaporator choice

By Matt Hale, International Sales & Marketing Director, HRS Heat Exchangers  Evaporation is a widely used industrial process. From the concentration of food products, to waste treatment and sludge management, evaporators are employed for a...

Is the UK really a wet, rainy country?

According to the ‘Great British Rain Paradox’ report published in June this year, 77% of the British public agree with the statement that “the UK is a wet, rainy country” The report, which is supported...

Water company supports landmark CO2 project

More than 40 farmers in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire are taking part in a landmark project that could help return atmospheric CO2 to pre-industrial levels, reduce flooding and improve soil health. The Sustainable Landscapes Humber...

PVC4Pipes launches 2020 Training Package for PVC pipe industry

PVC4Pipes, the dedicated value chain platform for the European PVC pipe industry, has launched a refreshed online Training Package for the actors across the whole PVC pipe supply chain, making it easier to educate...

REVIEW FINDS REMOTE ACCESS GAVE UTILITIES COVID-19 ADVANTAGE

Water utilities who already had remote access to their systems were at an advantage when Covid-19 lockdowns were introduced around the world. The information comes from a report carried out by technology consultancy Isle...

Water resilience depends on a web of factors

Water is assumed to be among the most ‘resilient’ of sectors. Whatever the economic picture, we all need water. Sophisticated engineering design means technical threats can be ‘engineered out’. And the experience of Covid-19...

Protecting water from sunlight

A resource management specialist in Scotland has invested in an innovative solution to protect and cover a water tank.  Brewster Brothers Ltd specialises in recycling construction waste to offer products such as sand, gravel, soil...

Unique mapping software drives up performance

Esri builds the world’s most powerful mapping and spatial analytics software. In the process, this global market leader in geographic information systems harnesses the concept of location, location, location to drive both efficiency and...